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Professors Charnovitz and Rosen Discuss Trump, Tariffs, and Trade

In a new National Constitution Center podcast, Professors Steve Charnovitz, Jeffrey Rosen, and Vanderbilt Law Professor Tim Meyer discuss the history of trade in the United States, and the constitutionality of President Trump's actions on tariffs and trade. 

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Dean Morant Announces Keith Enright as 2018 Diploma Ceremony Speaker

Keith Enright, Director of Google's Global Privacy Legal Team and a graduate of GW Law's Class of 2000, will deliver the keynote address at the Law School Diploma Ceremony on Sunday, May 20, 2018.

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GW's Role in Unraveling the Mystery of Hattie McDaniel's Missing Oscar

This year marks the 90th Anniversary of the "Oscars." GW played a unique role in documenting Oscar history, and, for that reason, an article by Professor W. Burlette Carter is making headlines once again.

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